~ BRISTOL SISTERHOOD’S ANTI-HARASSMENT PRE CAMPAIGN EVENT ~



As we progress with our Anti-Harassment Campaign, Bristol Sisterhood is organizing a great event to raise awareness about the campaign we have been working on lately and oficially invite other members of collectives to join forces! We’re hoping this Social gathering will bring more invididuals together, who share similar beliefs and want to make a change.

WHEN

Saturday, 16th of November, 4 pm, at Base Cafe, Roberston Road, Easton.

WHAT TO EXPECT

– Screening of our latest Campaign Video filmed in Bristol by our very-talented group
– Various dynamics and debates on the Sexual Harassment and Abuse in the city we live in
– Crafts: Banner and Stencil Making
– Vegan Dinner specially prepared by us * ( Suggested Donation £4 which will be used towards our campaign)
– Networking & discussion

APROX SCHEDULE
4.00 warm welcome (tea or coffee self-service)
4:20pm Presentation and games
5:30pm Screening (3 short films and our video campaign) and debate
6.30 pm Banner making (discussion and creativity session).
7.30pm Vegan dinner

This event gives us the opportunity to showcast our video, to meet other individuals, but this is also a way to educate ourselves more about the current climate of the issues we are facing in our most loved city, Bristol and beyond! We feel that we need to talk more about harassment and sexual violence and raise awareness amongst communities!

This event is also a “warm-up” before Reclaim the night!, where we will march together with other collectives to peacefully protest against Sexual Harassment, Domestic Abuse and Gender Violence!


Please, also see event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/398022784417912/

BASE General meeting

It’s that time again! Where we put collective organising into practice and share the responsibility of running our anarchist social centre! So come get involved! And there’s food involved too! This Thursday 14th November. Dinner from 7pm. General meeting from 7.30pm to include:

  • roof update
  • cafe collective / callout for people
  • BASE co-op callout for people
  • Social Centres Network gathering feedback
  • guidelines for commercial use (or not!) of BASE
  • relationship with extinction rebellion

Anarchism in Turkey

Talk and discussion
7th November 2019

Vegan meal 6.30pm
talk 7.30pm

DAF are an anarchist organisation that has been organising within
Turkey, Syria and the surrounding areas for the last 10 years. During this time they have faced a lot of repression from the state and from ISIS. Despite this, they have created their own economy to be able to sustain themselves and their projects, done many inspiring actions, have different groups with several magazines and a monthly newspaper, weekly talks, and are the first anarchists to raise a flag at Newros (Kurdish new year) celebrations. A truly inspiring group that is well-organised
and work intersectionally, with solidarity and mutual aid at its core.

A member of the Anarchist Federation, who has recently visited DAF, will give a presentation followed by discussion on what we can learn from DAF, and apply this to anarchism in the areas we organise.

https://www.facebook.com/events/407886606789401/

General meeting

Our next general meeting is Thu 14 Nov. Come along and chat about all manner of things – there will be food from 7pm, and the meeting starts at 7:30pm.

Anarchism against the turkish state

Revolutionary Anarchist Action (DAF)

Talk and discussion

Thu 7th Nov 2019

Vegan meal from 6.30pm, talk 7.30pm.

DAF are an anarchist organisation that has been organising within Turkey, Syria and the surrounding areas for the last 10 years.

During this time they have faced a lot of repression from the state and from ISIS. Despite this, they have created their own economy to be able to sustain themselves and their projects, done many inspiring actions, have different groups with several magazines and a monthly newspaper, weekly talks, and are the first anarchists to raise a flag at Newroz (Kurdish new year) celebrations.

A truly inspiring group that is well-organised and work intersectionally, with solidarity and mutual aid at its core.

A member of the Anarchist Federation, who has recently visited DAF, will give a presentation followed by discussion on what we can learn from DAF, and apply this to anarchism in the areas we organise.